Calinda Ortega Ortega dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:50. Did you ever notice that citrus fruit comes to life against a background of deep grey? Or that warm-toned edibles such as cheese and lemons look divine against light, icy grey, especially when brass flatware is involved?! Once again, wooden serving pieces will complement the look. Whether you take a feminine and floral approach or you keep it simple with bright white dishware and clean lines, revel in the beauty of neutrals this fall:
Hazell Patton Patton bathroom, 2017-11-05 08:55:41. There are times when a crisp, all-white bathroom feels a bit lifeless and cold. Don't be afraid to infuse your shower with bright, vibrant color. The wide selection of tiles and finishes that are available in rich, saturated colors makes a colorful shower a no-brainer.
Hazell Patton Patton dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:43. A Vivacious Splash of Color One of the great advantages of a tropical dining room is the wide range of colors that you can turn to without feeling that it is all too gaudy. Even though the contemporary trend is to keep the backdrop neutral and add bright accent hues, tropical dining rooms can conveniently and effortlessly break this stereotype. A dash of turquoise coupled with white and pops of red, green and yellow does usher in a cool and fun tropical flavor that is inspired by the endless beaches and amazing wildlife of the Caribbean and its surrounding region.
Calinda Ortega Ortega dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:50. Decor with Personality Reclaimed barn wood need not always be relegated to the walls alone, and you can give it a more practical and prominent role in the dining room by using it to craft a custom dining table or chairs. These additions obviously seem more at home in rustic and farmhouse-style dining spaces, but they can also add an interesting twist to your modern dining room. If this little move away from the beaten path does not interest you, then you might want to consider a credenza or buffet covered in reclaimed wood to give the dining space a cozy, inviting aura.
Candy Swanson Swanson dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:39. Wall art that depicts rural life, vases bought from the local antique store, vintage wire shelving and a warm, earthen color palette emphasize the farmhouse-centric theme of the dining room. You can easily give this space a more modern aura by replacing some of the rustic features with modern cabinets, credenzas, rugs and drapes. It is all about finding out what works for you best!
Calinda Ortega Ortega dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:46. The idea that a home draped in tropical style feels like a delightful getaway and brings a hint of that exotic goodness indoors is the reason why so many homeowners are willing to give it a shot. Tropical style, though, is not singular and monolithic, and there are many different versions and strands of this broad style that vary greatly. It depends largely on your inspiration, the region of the world that you have drawn the different elements from, and of course, the uniqueness of your own home. And a good place to start experimenting with tropical style is the dining room!
Candy Swanson Swanson dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:47. Those who want to draw inspiration from the tropics but wish to move away from the typical shades of green and blue dominating the dining room can try out yellow as an alternative. This is a color that never goes out of fashion and gives even the tiniest of dining spaces and breakfast nooks a sunny, refreshing vibe.
Calinda Ortega Ortega dining, 2017-11-05 08:55:50. Capitalize on the brown color palette to truly bring an organic, natural feel into the room. The rug under the dining table should be the darkest element in the room. It will instantly draw attention to itself and the dining table, as it should!
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